Thanks! I replied to someone else with more detail, but I taped one strip to the front panel, in front of the dust filter.
Yeah, just enough.
I got it from eBay, here; http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/150508554199?_mwBanner=1
The 16mm hose clamps were perfect. The 20mm I found were too big and I would just slide around.
I used 4, which were all included one hue+ package
Yes it would.
And it was a really tight fit with this radiator. Be prepared to spend some time with the pliers. Not gonna lie, it looks pretty ugly up there. But none of that matters with the top hat on!
If you push the radiator towards the back, and closest to the window (which looks best) then the hose won't hit. My original placement was more the opposite way and I did have to dremel out a square for the hose, but I switched it. My advice would be don't be afraid of cutting some holes in the radiator bracket if things don't fit. It retains it rigidity really well. As well as the top cavity of the case.
Yup! I had the radiator bracket already installed, then I installed the radiator through the top, and the fans below, with the bracket inbetween. It didn't affect my cpu cooling much at all.
I'n sorry as I'm moving and I won't have my baby for 7 long weeks :( however if you look at the link I posted thats how I did it. In order to fit the radiator I had to cut out 2 of support beams on the top of the case. I also had to flatten out the edges as much as possible, on both the radiator rack and the bottom side of the top cavity. Pliers worked great here. Just like in the tutorial. I'm not gonna lie, fitting in the radiator was a pain in the ***. It was a tight squeeze. i had to fit it in, mark the places to dremel the bolt holes on the radiator mount, dremel them, then put it together. Put the radiator mount in, then install fit the radiator into place, then install the fans below. The radiator mount will fit between the radiator and fans. Didn't affect my cpu cooling much at all. If you have more questions just ask! Glad to help.
I just uploaded some more. You're right, the GoPro wasn't really meant for this sort of thing.
Thanks, I uploaded some fresh ones for ya anyway :)
I mounted it to one of the two hard drive trays on the right side of the case
Thanks, great reply! I want to do something similar and that will help tremendously. Great build!
I love the lighting you did. Can you detail how you got the LEDs to shine through the case? How many of the NZXT Hue+ did you have to buy?
Alright, I've edited a few parts here and there, got my white PSU cables, and finally think I'm ready to pull the trigger on this. The only thing I was concerned with is the grey case. I absolutely love the color, but I'm a little afraid that the white/black interior would go better with the black case. What are your guys' thoughts?
Awesome, thanks for the reply. 4 of the fans are for the cpu cooler. 3 more for the front, and 1 in the back.
Quick question, how many fans does this case come with? The two you replaced in the front look awesome! Do you think it was necessary buying the other 3?
OK OK, all things considered I think I have the final product. Thanks everyone for helping me polish this up.
Awesome, appreciate the help!
I'm hoping it'll last me a long time with no upgrades. I'll update the processor then and change the motherboard.. I did a lot of research and a lot of places said that one good video card is normally better, especially for those (like me) who are less savvy with this sort of thing. To be honest when I start research into overclocking I get intimidated by all the information out there haha.